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[texts]The Aleppo Codex - Shlomo ben Buya'a
The Aleppo Codex was the oldest extant Hebrew Masoretic manuscript of the Old Testament until many pages were lost during a riot in 1947. It is believed by many to be the most authoritative copy of the Hebrew Bible in the masorah tradition. The text was verified and vocalized by Aaron ben Asher, the last and most prominent member of the Masoretic grammarians from Tiberias. This edition contains some old photos of currently missing pages and a recovered fragment.
Keywords: Bible; Masoretic Text; Old Testament
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[texts]The Leningrad Codex (Codex Leningradensis) - Samuel ben Jacob
The Leningrad Codex is the oldest extant Hebrew Masoretic manuscript of the entire Old Testament. The manuscript claims to have been written by Samuel ben Jacob in Cairo in 1008 and based on manuscripts by Aaron ben Moses ben Asher. It has been used as the basis for many printed editions of the Hebrew Bible.
Keywords: Bible; Masoretic Text; Old Testament; manuscript
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[texts]The Second Rabbinic Bible (Mikraot Gedolot) (מקראות גדולות) Volume II - Yaakov ben Hayyim
The Second Rabbinic Bible is the Hebrew Masoretic text which is believed to have been used as the source text by the King James Bible translators for the Old Testament. The margins contains copious notes about the text in Hebrew. Yaakov ben Hayyim (also known as Jacob ben Hayyim ibn Adonijah or Ben Chayyim), a Masoretic scholar who became a Christian, helped compile the text and notes. The four volumes were first published by Daniel Bomberg in Venice...
Keywords: Bible; Masoretic Text; Old Testament; Textus Receptus; Majority Text
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[texts]The Second Rabbinic Bible (Mikraot Gedolot) (מקראות גדולות) Volume IV - Yaakov ben Hayyim
The Second Rabbinic Bible is the Hebrew Masoretic text which is believed to have been used as the source text by the King James Bible translators for the Old Testament. The margins contains copious notes about the text in Hebrew. Yaakov ben Hayyim (also known as Jacob ben Hayyim ibn Adonijah or Ben Chayyim), a Masoretic scholar who became a Christian, helped compile the text and notes. The four volumes were first published by Daniel Bomberg in Venice...
Keywords: Bible; Masoretic Text; Old Testament; Textus Receptus; Majority Text
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[texts]The Second Rabbinic Bible (Mikraot Gedolot) (מקראות גדולות) Volume I - Yaakov ben Hayyim
The Second Rabbinic Bible is the Hebrew Masoretic text which is believed to have been used as the source text by the King James Bible translators for the Old Testament. The margins contains copious notes about the text in Hebrew. Yaakov ben Hayyim (also known as Jacob ben Hayyim ibn Adonijah or Ben Chayyim), a Masoretic scholar who became a Christian, helped compile the text and notes. The four volumes were first published by Daniel Bomberg in Venice...
Keywords: Bible; Masoretic Text; Old Testament; Textus Receptus; Majority Text
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[texts]The Second Rabbinic Bible (Mikraot Gedolot) (מקראות גדולות) Volume III - Yaakov ben Hayyim
The Second Rabbinic Bible is the Hebrew Masoretic text which is believed to have been used as the source text by the King James Bible translators for the Old Testament. The margins contains copious notes about the text in Hebrew. Yaakov ben Hayyim (also known as Jacob ben Hayyim ibn Adonijah or Ben Chayyim), a Masoretic scholar who became a Christian, helped compile the text and notes. The four volumes were first published by Daniel Bomberg in Venice...
Keywords: Bible; Masoretic Text; Old Testament; Textus Receptus; Majority Text
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